Pre- Java 12/17/2011

Pre- Java 12/17/2011

PostBy: the snowman On: Sat Dec 17, 2011 2:14 am

Sorry Freddy for posting before the sun comes up. I just finished working in the shop for the day. I thought I would check the forum and since I'm here, post a very early Saturday morning post. I am currently trying to get some last minute orders done before the holidays. The customers of these orders know they ordered too late and are not expecting them before the holiday, however, I like to surprise my customers sometimes. These last four projects are going to be very very close. Daylight comes early for me tomorrow/today. I need to do a final sand on one of the projects and then hopefully apply stain and apply poly on Sunday. I hope to have the projects done by Dec 20th (hopefully). Things would go a lot faster if the new shop was completely setup. Hopefully this will happen sooner rather than later. It is a little annoying I must admit. So, for right now I am downing a large glass of pop and since Freddy is still asleep and there is no breakfast yet, I am heading to the shower. Darn it is already 1 a.m. Ok, so daylight is coming faster than I expected when I exited the shop. I will try to take a break in the a.m. and read some posts and maybe repost again. I hope everyone has a safe weekend.

The snowman.
the snowman
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Re: Pre- Java 12/17/2011

PostBy: Freddy On: Sat Dec 17, 2011 4:21 am

You had a long day! Sometimes it's fun to make an elf of yourself and put in an extra effort just to see a smile on someone's face. What is it that you are building? I'd love to be a fly on the wall.

There's no rule that says I have to start the coffee. As long as it's after midnight, it's morning and anyone can fire up the coffee pot. Feel free to call it "Coffee 12/17/11", or whatever the date is. I'll go start a "Coffee 12/17/11" as I think sleepy people look for that heading.
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